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Mary of my Morning


To my dearest Rebecca,
Mary of my morning and evening,
thank you for being there week in and out throughout the seasons,
a constant source of inspiration, love and strength to us all.
Please feel our tender affection and may it comfort you when you need it,
see you though the challenges life has imposed.
May you continue to find renewed strength with our support
for your life's beautiful and mysterious mission.

Bless you ~ special one. x

Mornings with Mary
Recuerda mi Corazon

Comments

rebecca said…
my darling sweet friend,
i cannot begin to tell you what your prayer means to me. just know that i will record your words in my heart forever. and this divine capture of heaven on earth, light on water and kindness on earth, i will keep this too to lift me up when the light of love seems distant for the challenges that confront me.
thank you for being that light, and all love.
xoxoxox
judie said…
A beautiful heart-gift post to Rebecca. Really straight from your soul. And the photo is so peaceful. I am there. I can feel the sunrise and hear the water's edge inhabitants and touch the peace it shows. Awesome!
Redondowriter said…
What an exquisite sunrise and such loving and healing words for Rebecca--and for us all. Thanks for sharing.
Cat said…
I love this♥

love and light
Introverted Art said…
I love witnessing the friendship you two share!
rebecca said…
dear one,

due to the devastating tragedy in our home town i am honoring those brave souls who lost their lives working diligently to protect others.
today is a time for prayers and tears. i will open recuerda mi corazon again next monday and welcome your return.
thank you for understanding the enormity of our loss.
Introverted Art said…
Thank you for your words Sue...sometimes we need it...
Annie said…
I was doing a bit of browsing here and discovered that I missed this post. Not only is your picture beautiful, but your prayerful wishes for Rebecca are deeply heartfelt.

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